The first of its kind, the ethanol coalescing filter removes, on average, 90% of all BTEX components from surface water discharged from forecourt separators. Should they enter soil and groundwater systems, BTEX compounds can cause acute and long-term toxic effects. Benzene is also known to be a carcinogen. The filter won the Environment Protection and Improvement Category at last year’s APEA Awards.
“This is an exciting opportunity for us to connect directly with the forecourt industry and demonstrate our expertise in this sector,” explained Alan Scrafton from Adler and Allan. “Our ethanol coalescing filter is an award-winning product, which can make a real difference to reducing the risk of pollution from forecourts; and the beauty is, it’s simple. It can be fitted to existing separators, so there’s no upheaval, it also meets Environment Agency pollution requirements.”
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE ETHANOL COALESCING FILTER, PLEASE SEE THE APRIL ISSUE OF FUEL OIL NEWS
Adler and Allan also offers a complete forecourt solution service package including separator installation and maintenance, fuel tank cleaning and fuel testing.
Testing and sampling is available through mobile units and within E&S Environmental’s laboratory; one of only a handful of in the UK which can test fuel samples to ASTM and EN ISO standards, with UKAS accreditation pending. Testing is carried out by qualified technicians using the very best equipment on the market.
E&S Environmental and AJ Bayliss, part of the Adler and Allan Group, will be hosting the stand as leading providers of services for forecourt owners, such as petrol stations, major retailer and petroleum suppliers. From guaranteeing fuel quality to vapour recovery, to separator installation, maintenance to forecourt installation and decommissioning; Adler and Allan’s experts can meet all the needs of a busy forecourt. www.adlerandallan.co.uk